Guest post Alex Perales.
Since you own yourself and it would be wrong for someone to force you to do something, it follows that you then have the right to your own life and the right to live free of coercion so long as you do not infringe on the rights of others. The only rights you have, then, are over tangible objects like your body and objects you have legitimately obtained or not coerced from someone else. So this leads us to talk about a couple of “rights” people commonly claim we have but actually don’t.
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